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With the latest release of the Azure Site Recovery service for VMware to Azure, a new initiative has been brought that lets users initiating virtual machines replication in less than 30 minutes.
In this post, we will see how a virtual network in Azure connects to an AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) with the help of a virtual network gateway.
As enterprises continue to adopt and deploy cloud-based and on-premises resources and services, IT managers must manage, track and optimize increasingly complex IT environments. Netreo provides a cloud and on-premises system and resource monitoring solution that enables IT managers to visualize and automate their technical stack’s stability for the most reliable service delivery and optimal cost management.
Microsoft Azure is an enterprise-class cloud computing infrastructure that provides robust IT resources for modern business applications. Although Azure SLA promises the supreme quality of services, Azure administrators play their part in ensuring the optimal performance of their applications.
This post follows the same approach that we saw in Failover with Route 53 from Azure to AWS, but now the failover will be taken care of by Azure Traffic Manager.
Many teams are using tools like Slack and HipChat to collaborate more effectively in real time. Often people keep their chat apps open all day, which makes them also a very convenient tool for receiving notifications that require immediate attention.
Many organizations need to track their Azure costs at various levels of granularity. Popular use cases cover chargebacks to internal departments, tracking of costs by customer, specific application, etc.
PagerDuty is a popular tool for alerting, on-call scheduling, managing escalation policies and incident tracking created to help increase uptime of apps, servers, websites and databases.
Azure Service Bus queues are often used to decouple parts of connected systems and to offload heavy-duty processing to background tasks. Loose coupling improves the overall reliability and performance of the system.